Throughout March and in to April 2013, the US was conducting month-long war manoeuvers, using stealth bombers, undetectable by radar, capable of carrying nuclear weapons.
Let's respect those who mourn everyday because of Thatcher's policies, then wipe away the tears, and organize to make sure that the history she authored does not repeat.
Is the slaughter and chaos taking place in Syria the intended result of US policy rather than the tragic but unintended result of its failure, as Western propaganda claims.
Every controversial divisive deadly thing that Thatcher did is being placed in soft focus, bathed in a rose-coloured light - a first draft of history that is simply wrong.
There is nothing wrong with loathing Margaret Thatcher or any other person with political power based upon perceived bad acts, and that doesn't change simply because they die.
Tony Blair matched her zeal for neoliberal policies and privatisation with a propensity for war -- in Afghanistan, Iraq and beyond -- which Margaret Thatcher can only have envied.
Top-secret British government papers confirm that Blair made a pact with Bush in April 2002 to act against Iraq knowing there was no evidence of weapons of mass destruction.
If we have learned anything from the crimes committed in Iraq, it is that we must question at all costs the constant assertion that Iran as a sovereign country poses a threat to us.
Feeling increasingly isolated, Israel vulnerable to further evidence that it is increasingly regarded as an outlaw state, like the racist South African regime it once supported and collaborated with.
Can it be seriously argued that Britain's influence in the world relies on its possession of a nuclear-armed submarine permanently on patrol somewhere in the Atlantic?